There is usually a place where we all want to live. This place is usually a dream place and when we think about it, we also think about just how much it will cost us to live there. Imagine living where you have all the space you need. That’s right. Square footage is not a problem. The floorplan flows seamlessly from one room to another. The sunshine streams in through most, if not all, of your very large windows and you can see water. I love to be able to look at a body of water. There is something that is so calming about it. Don’t you agree?
Imagine that your apartment building, either for rent or for sale, has a world-class gym, a full-sized basketball court, an indoor and outdoor olympic-sized swimming pool, a golf tee, a social room with a 60-inch flat screen and a Neopresso coffeemaker and the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Financial Times newspapers available with your free morning coffee. Of course, there is a business center with a conference room and a full-sized kitchen for social gatherings. Adjacent is a steam room and dry sauna for you, your family and guests to enjoy. There’s even a kids playroom for tots and children up to 12 years old. There’s a dog run and a public park that EVERYONE can enjoy everyday with shady trees in the summer to keep you cool. It also has a bike and walking path so that you can jog with your tot in the stroller. There’s no need to miss a workout or run–ever! And the entire building is certified GREEN.
Your apartment has hardwood floors, ten foot ceilings, stainless steel kitchen appliances, granite countertops, premium wood cabinetry, a steam shower is optional, a soaking tub is standard, limestone and chrome is featured in both kitchens and baths.
The neighborhood is urban and tree-lined. It’s peaceful. As safe as an urban city neighborhood can be.
This is my vision of what I would like to create for people to live in worldwide. Would YOU rent or purchase a home like this from me? Please let me know. I want your feedback! If there is anything that you would include or omit, please include that also. I want to please you. Please tell me how. Thanks for your participation.